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So, I have been a long time Megasquirt guy. I have been in the Megasquirt community since 2003. I am not leaving the Megasquirt community at all, but I am looking at a new brand of do it yourself type ecu. I was introduced to Speeduino about a month ago. 

 

I have picked up a 0.3 board component kit and the Ardunio board for about $150 (I already had the map sensor.)

Bench tests look great. I am able to use Tunerstudio, and looks like autotune will work on this as well. Although the build is not on this thread, I will be testing this out on a turbo e34.

 

I was looking to see if any other Hybridz members had tried this out, and if they had any pointers. 

 

Site for reference http://speeduino.com/wiki/index.php/Speeduino

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So, I have been a long time Megasquirt guy. I have been in the Megasquirt community since 2003. I am not leaving the Megasquirt community at all, but I am looking at a new brand of do it yourself type ecu. I was introduced to Speeduino about a month ago. 

 

I have picked up a 0.3 board component kit and the Ardunio board for about $150 (I already had the map sensor.)

Bench tests look great. I am able to use Tunerstudio, and looks like autotune will work on this as well. Although the build is not on this thread, I will be testing this out on a turbo e34.

 

I was looking to see if any other Hybridz members had tried this out, and if they had any pointers. 

 

Site for reference http://speeduino.com/wiki/index.php/Speeduino

Looks great! I've found in recent years that megasquirt is pretty darn expensive for what it is. Not sure any members have dabbled with this, but I'm sure you can get some help from us on generic trouble shooting. Good luck, and I look forward to seeing your progress!

Mark

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On ‎2‎/‎12‎/‎2017 at 6:27 PM, AkRev said:

So, I have been a long time Megasquirt guy. I have been in the Megasquirt community since 2003. I am not leaving the Megasquirt community at all, but I am looking at a new brand of do it yourself type ecu. I was introduced to Speeduino about a month ago. 

 

I have picked up a 0.3 board component kit and the Ardunio board for about $150 (I already had the map sensor.)

Bench tests look great. I am able to use Tunerstudio, and looks like autotune will work on this as well. Although the build is not on this thread, I will be testing this out on a turbo e34.

 

I was looking to see if any other Hybridz members had tried this out, and if they had any pointers. 

 

Site for reference http://speeduino.com/wiki/index.php/Speeduino

 

How is the project going AkRev?

 

I am collecting parts for my Speeduino build this winter, still trying to figure out if I will be able to run semi-sequential off of just the distributor set up as a cam sensor.

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On 10/2/2018 at 10:42 PM, dogmeatk said:

 

How is the project going AkRev?

 

I am collecting parts for my Speeduino build this winter, still trying to figure out if I will be able to run semi-sequential off of just the distributor set up as a cam sensor.

 

I think you can if you use the diyauto distributor wheel insert but I think you have to have a ZX distributor for it to work. I ended up just getting this: http://datsunworks.com/page3/page4/

and will be using LS coils wired up for wasted spark and will wire up my injectors to fire the same as the coils.

 

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On 2/17/2019 at 11:29 AM, jonbill said:

I've just finished a Speeduino 0.4.3c ignition only install on my car. 

It uses a 36-1 crank damper trigger wheel and a TPS with a Bosch clone wasted spark coil pack and igniter setup. 

Probably about £250 all in but could be done cheaper I'm sure. 

 

What settings did you use to get spark? I'm not getting signal from the vr. I don't think I feel that we don't have the settings in tunerstudio correct. 

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I'll post my tune when I get home tomorrow. 

Do you have a similar setup to me? Looks like you've got 36-1 trigger wheel. 

 

Here's a thread I have on the speeduino forum while I was trying to get it to work that might have some useful info. 

https://speeduino.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=2537

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Thank you jonbill! Yeah I've got a 36-1 wheel with a ford escort 2 wire VR sensor with the signal wire shielded and in it's own harness. The coils are wasted cop in 3 banks of 2. in the next day or 2 I'm going to double check the continuity of the wires for the sensor and if that's good then i'm going to crack open the speedy and make sure that the jumpers are correct for VR.

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2 hours ago, jonbill said:

Not so clattery in real life

 

It's amazing how much of that gets picked up in the audio. I can never get a satisfactory recording of mine either.

 

Good luck with the tune.  ITB's rock:)

 

 

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